I see similar things like this normally and when I zoom in on cell phone pics they are everywhere, either they are really there or I really have gone mad. Some are little people, almost like little blue gremlin imps that like to knock things out of peoples hands (cups of ice at 7-11 for example) or try to trip people because they think it's funny and that very few people can actually see them and those who do are considered crazy if you say anything about it.
Wonderful! Very ispiring! I have just started playing with ZB 3.5. And all I know about the whole 3d environment is a bit from a maya class I had in college 2 yrs ago. !0! But you know what?! I am so gonna give this a try. So wish me luck
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there are a few sites that do that but besides small sculptures things are really expensive ownage (for characters), shapeways, protodemon, moddler... I heard some big company (HP ?) will try to make consumer 3D printers and I guess more will follow some sites already sell build-at-home 3D printers below 1000-2000$ for now I think I'll stick to traditional sculpture, but I'm also interested in creating parts for special machines I have in mind